There are plenty of (sort of) art-historical turns at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Giacometti at the movies, Jack Vettriano at the pub, and the rest of last week’s arty tittle-tattle
The Museum of Lies brought weird and wonderful – but utterly spurious – exhibits to London
Microsoft has reversed its decision to discontinue MS Paint, the programme that turned all of us into (very bad) Picassos
Salvador Dalí’s moustache, Madonna’s hairbrush, and the rest of this week’s arty tittle-tattle
The French president has upset local mayors by messing around with the format of his official photograph
Salvador Dalí is far from the first artist to have his eternal sleep disrupted
Daniel Hannan gets furious about a statue of Engels, and the rest of this week’s arty tittle-tattle
The blue whale skeleton installed at Natural History Museum is proving as popular as Dippy the Diplodocus
The TV thriller Riviera unfolds after the murder of a top art collector
Brooklyn Beckham’s photo nasties and the rest of last week’s art-world tittle-tattle
The chimp that was once Michael Jackson’s pet monkey has taken up painting in its retirement
The DPRK has released a series of stamps taking aim American targets
Maria Balshaw’s matching socks – and the rest of the week’s art world tittle-tattle
What links a trip to the sauna and some of the UK’s leading art institutions?
A public art installation in Albania has just been condemned by the Greek government
Has Goldie outed Banksy? Did Andy Warhol get in John McEnroe’s way; and is Sean Spicer pleased with his likeness?
For £25,000, you can own a hyperreal, platinum silicone model of Kate Moss
Monuments and artworks are at threat from microbes – if the moths don’t get them, that is
From Brian Sewell to Justin Bieber, the best of last week’s tittle-tattle from the art world
Artists have always been obsessed with fruit – but avocado art might be taking things too far
A pair of self-lacing trainers has sold at auction for more than $50,000 dollars. Could you be standing on a fortune?
Wonder Woman now works at the Louvre… but will her curatorial credentials spare her bad reviews?
Invader and Bansky have stirred up authorities in Spain and the UK this week